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A Majority of Sound by Tom Sheehan

Sheehan served in 31st Infantry, Korea 1951-52, and graduated Boston College, 1956. His books are Epic Cures; Brief Cases,...

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Veils by Sindhu Verma

I live in Bangalore, India and work in a multinational semiconductor company as a wireless systems engineer. I love...
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Wisp by Johanne Boulat

Wisp by Johanne Boulat When the wind strummed The electric lines I think I finally heard it then –...
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Clouds by Robin Dawn Hudechek

Robin Dawn Hudechek received her MFA in creative writing from UCI. She has two chapbooks: Ghost Walk, The Inevitable...
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Exile by Howie Good

Howie Good’s latest poetry collections are Bad for the Heart (Prolific Press) and Dark Specks in a Blue Sky...
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Washed Away by Tricia Mccallum

Tricia Mccallum is an author and a writer. You can follow can follow her at Huffington post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tricia-mccallum/ or...
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Grasp by Shannon P. Laws

Grasp By Shannon P. Laws Mist disappears into clean air Turns into the space between us Once we were...
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Akizuki by Joe Helmick

The sonnets Joe has submitted were all composed in and around Fukuoka Japan during his sojourn there as an...
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Spider Medicine by Angela Muir

Angie Muir is an artist, writer and yogi living in Kailua, Hawaii. She is a graduate of the University...
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Sonnet nr. 13 by A.M. Hagalin

A.M. Hagalin is an Icelandic writer of a merry age. Due to personal prefrence he writes in English rather...